CAPPE's PhD Programme
In the first two years of study (or part-time equivalent), CAPPE PhD students will participate actively in activities related to the Critical Theory and Radical politics PhD programme. An outline will be circulated at the start of each academic year and this will normally include meeting on Wednesday mornings.
CAPPE PhD students are expected to copy all supervisors in to e-mails relating to their PhD project. It is normally expected that all supervisors will be present at all relevant meetings and feedback sessions, depending on their role in the supervisory team.
CAPPE PhD students are expected to present written chapters two to three times each academic year.
CAPPE PhD students are expected participate in the activities of the Critical Studies Research Group (CSRG), which is an integral component of the programme.
CAPPE PhD students are expected to present papers, both internally (e.g. work-in-progress sessions) and externally (e.g. conferences and symposia), throughout the course of their PhD studies. This will normally include a presentation at an international conference towards the end of the period of study.